Today, we present “Standing In The Rain”, the Action Bronson, Mark Ronson and Dan Auerbach collab that caught your eye on the Suicide Squad soundtrack tracklist. Bam Bam was due for some new music and this track delivers.
VICELAND recently debuted its new show, Traveling The Stars: Action Bronson & Friends Watch Ancient Aliens. During the show, Bronson, his crew, and Tyler The Creator sit around getting high, while watching episodes of The History Channel’s Ancient Aliens. Traveling The Stars: Action Bronson & Friends Watch Ancient Aliens airs on VICELAND every Thursday at 11 p.m.
During the filming of F*ck, That’s Delicious, Action Bronson filmed a ton of extra footage of he and his crew enjoying food from all over. In a clip called “Random Moments in Food”, Bronson tries a couple dishes in Las Vegas and Queens, before debuting a ridiculous chicken sandwich recipe, a crispy, deep fried, sesame panco crusted chicken sandwich with toasted marshmallow, melted chocolate and caramelized Hennessy coated bananas, which is topped off with a scoop of ice cream. Bronson’s VICELAND show, Traveling the Stars: Ancient Aliens with Action Bronson, airs July 21st.
With the anticipated big screen debut of DC’s Suicide Squad packing so much star power into one film, it’s only right that the film’s soundtrack follows suit. It’s held up it’s end, gathering the likes of Action Bronson, Mark Ronson, The Black Keys, Ty Dolla $ign, War, Grimes, Kehlani and plenty of others for a score that blends tastes new and old into one hefty piece. Today, the first track has been revealed in a massive collaboration between Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Logic, Imagine Dragons & X Ambassadors on the fittingly titled “Sucker For Pain,” which is available for you to hear ahead of the Suicide Squad soundtrack release. The album along with the film arrives on August 5th.
Maffew Ragazino celebrates Throwback Thursday with a crispy copy of the OG extended version of Action Bronson’s “Terror Death Camp,” off the Statik Selektah produced Well Done mixtape. This version differs from the one that appeared on the tape in that guests Meyhem Lauren and AG Da Coroner’s verses do not appear, and both Action and Maf’s verses are extended by several bars.
Feeling a little terrified by the prospect of a Trump presidency? You’re far from alone out here. Smoke DZA just released a full mixtape that addresses this very real threat to the American people, aptly titled Don’t Pass Trump The Blunt. The tape features words from the likes of Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$ and Mac Miller amongst others, with Pete Rock, Alchemist, D Dot Angelettie and Kush God handling production.
Laurenevitch rides again. Meyhem Lauren’s new album, Piatto D’Oro, arrives today via Fool’s Gold, and unsurprisingly, he’s describing it as his best work to date. The project features a diverse array of producers including Harry Fraud, Seth Silencer, Large Professor, DJ Muggs, Alchemist and Icerocks, and guest features Action Bronson, Big Body Bes and Roc Marciano.
With his Platto D’Oro mixtape on the horizon, Meyhem Lauren has plenty in store for the culinarily inclined Hip-Hop lovers of the world. Lauren has shared a new audible treat for you to rock with; an on mic reunion with fellow Queens bash brother Action Bronson, and DJ Shadow. The track, “Garlic And Oil” is just as tasty as its name indicates, divvied up into two parts; the first repping the hard knock of Queens and the second, toasting to the high life as only Lauren and Bronsolino can. Dip into Mayhem Lauren and Action Bronson’s “Garlic And Oil” above, and hold tight for more Platto D’Oro drops in the weeks ahead.
Bam Bam joins Samiyam on the producer’s new single, fittingly dubbed “Mr. Wonderful” after his counterpart. The track comes to us from Samiyam’s soon to arrive fourth studio album, Animals Have Feelings. Samiyam’s Animals Have Feelings arrives today via Stones Throw. Pre-order your digital copy on iTunes today or hold out for the vinyl, arriving April 8th.
In this new Fuck, That’s Delicious segment, Bam Bam joins legendary chef Daniel Boulud at his Manhattan restaurant to eat one of French cusine’s most famous dishes, pressed duck. “Action wanted to try pressed duck—or canard à la presse, as the French would say—so we got in touch with Daniel Boulud and made it happen. The dish takes about five days to prepare and is finished tableside in a silver “duck press.” Then, the sauce is made in front of the table using the juices from the duck whisked together with wine, Cognac, and some other agents of deliciousness. Chef Boulud was also nice enough to pop a bottle of 1983 Guigal Cote Rotie for the occasion, and in return, Action told him how to write a rap album.”
Curren$y and Alchemist return with a full stream of their 12 track Covert Coup mixtape with the follow up project The Carrollton Heist. Packed with lush production and lyrical nods to some of the greatest MC’s to come out of the Crescent City and elsewhere, The Carrollton Heist is a cinematic collection that doubles down on the notion that Curren$y and the Chemist could be one of the best MC/Producer duos to grace the game. Upping the ante, the super soulful tape also boasts appearances from Lil Wayne, Action Bronson and Styles P.
For Most People in New York, Park Avenue is a wide New York City boulevard which carries north and southbound traffic in the borough of Manhattan. For AG DA CORONER “Park Avenue” is a long time coming, the first single off his debut album that has been a life time in the making. It only made sense that the single be co-produced by his Manager, Polo Pirate (1/2 of Rolodex Propaganda) as well as feature his long time collaborator Action Bronson and the man who signed him to Man Bites Dog Records, Roc Marciano. Let this aperitif cleanse your pallet, for the main course “Sip The Nectar” will be served shortly.
Action Bronson‘s appreciation for food and the finer culinary arts is well documented fact. Need proof, you need only look at his own lyrics. The man’s gastronomic passion is at the center of his Munchies series “Fuck, That’s Delicious,” and in a brand new installment of the show, Bronson travels to New York fine dining spot to learn about the savory, luxurious secrets of truffles.
Meyhem Lauren and Action Bronson get loose over a breezy, synth soaked production from Harry Fraud, with a little help from Roc Marciano and some ad libs from hype man Big Body Bes. Hear Meyhem Lauren, Action Bronson & Roc Marciano level up on “Bonus Round” above, and be sure to keep that ear to the ground for Lauren’s Piatta D’Oro, currently slated for a 2016 release via Fool’s Gold.
Today, Bam Bam’s back with the first installment in the new season of Fuck, That’s Delicious, the show that feeds your belly and your brain. In This episode, Bronson takes to the golden sands of Hawaii to master the art of making poke, which is a regional fish and rice dish that he and Alchemist apparently scour the earth for. He even puts on a clinic to show you how to fix it up yourself. Watch as Action Bronson debuts his sublime poke recipe on the new installment of Fuck, That’s Delicious above, and check out his upcoming tour dates below.
Aug 29 @ Shrine Expo Hall & Grounds – Los Angeles, CA
Sep 10 @ The Academy – Dublin, Ireland
Sep 11 @ Bestival – Isle Of Wight, United Kingdom
Sep 13 @ The Roundhouse – London, United Kingdom
Sep 15 @ 02ABC – Glasgow, United Kingdom
Sep 16 @ The Ritz – Manchester, United Kingdom
Sep 18 @ Institute – Birmingham, United Kingdom
Sep 19 @ 02 Academy 1 – Bristol, United Kingdom
Sep 21 @ Le Trianon – Paris, France
Sep 22 @ Le Trianon – Paris, France
Sep 23 @ Melkweg – Amsterdam, Netherlands
Sep 25 @ Essigfabrik – Cologne, Germany
Sep 26 @ Muffathalle – Munich, Germany
Sep 27 @ Ancienne Belgique – Brussels, Belgium
Sep 30 @ Store Vega – København V, Denmark
Oct 02 @ Debaser Medis – Stockholm, Sweden
Oct 03 @ Rockefeller – Sankt Hanshaugen, Norway
Oct 04 @ Samfundet – Trondheim, Norway
Oct 30 @ Freaky Deaky – Bridgeview, IL
Oct 31 @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO
Fresh off the heels of compiling a musically diverse compilation for GTAV’s, Welcome To Los Santos, The Alchemist and Oh No are back, bringing their Gangrene noise on a whole other level with the release of their long-awaited third full length record You Disgust Me. You Disgust Me begins where Vodka & Ayahuasca left off, with Al and Oh lyrically vandalizing the minds of the masses over gritty, psychedelic jazz, rock and fusion-tinged beats. You Disgust Me features guests ranging from Action Bronson, Fashawn, Havoc, Chuck Strangers, Evidence, Sean Price and more. Album dropping via Mass Appeal Records August 7.
Action Bronson & Alchemist add another episode to their long-standing saga with the release of Alchemist’s new single “Voodoo,” which finds Bronson getting loose with his culinary lines over some dusty, psychedelic soul chops from the beat wizard. The track comes to us from Alchemist’s forthcoming project Retarded Alligator Beats, slated to be pressed on limited edition vinyl, filled to the brim with unreleased Alchemist joints and paired with a box of crayons, so you can finally do something productive while you burn one down to this hazy, new piece. Let your head knock to Alchemist & Action Bronson’s smooth new cut “Voodoo”.
Only days away from the release of Statik Selektah’s much-anticipated Lucky 7 LP, which will feature an all-star cast of vocal talent over his choice, vintage-tinged beats. That list of all-stars includes Action Bronson, Ab-Soul and Elle Varner, who can all be heard on “All We Need,” the latest Lucky 7 single to drop ahead of its full unveiling. Built of steady bass, a beautiful vocal loop and piano fills that flicker in and out of view, “All We Need” is smoother than a buttered ballon. Listen to “All We Need” above and pre-order Lucky 7 on iTunes, if you haven’t already done so.